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Bathe In The Tears Of Darth Vader With These Star Wars Shower Heads

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May the Foam be with you

Use the Force, Loofha

Star Wash

The Death Sud

The Millennium Facet

Hand Soap-lo

These are the pitiful results of a ShortList.com bathroom-based Star Wars pun session.

The cause? These majestic new showerheads from Oxygenics.

There's a Darth Vader model...

Shower
Shower
Shower

And for fans of the Rebel cause, there's R2 D2...

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R2

For the real showerhead aficionados out there, both models sport a two GPM flow rate, with three spray settings.

Darth Vader will set you back £20.55, while R2 is £17.12.

Go on. Add them to your Christmas list. 


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